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  • To see, as if you have never seen before... Just now! To hear, as if you have never heard before... Just now! To smell a rose, as if you have never smelt before... Just now! To taste the nectar of existence, as if you have never tasted before... Just now! To feel the Beloved, as if you have never felt her before... Just now!
    Meike Schuett
  • Nonduality is the seeing through the dream of apparent separateness.There are no separate individuals or objects.
    Mandi Solk
  • Finding fault with others is always a good indication that we have fallen fowl of our thoughts, causing us great confusion and suffering.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • The love to explore yourself is the force that brings you home
    Pratibha & Kareem Krüger
  • More than the NOW... we need the HOW!
    Rajiv Kapur
  • If you love, love, you must love fear. If you fear, fear, you will fear love.–Sri VedaVaani
    Sri VedaVaani
  • All spiritual practices are thorns to remove a thorn, and are themselves to be eventually discarded, in order for one who has awakened to ‘move’ into what can only be called nirvana (extinction), nirguna (without qualities), the nothingness of jnana.
    John Grenafege
  • “Surrender to your non-surrender. Accept your non-acceptance. And just see what happens! You might be surprised where this will take you! “
    Francis Bennett
  • The mystery of life makes itself accessible beyond time. Out of the silence of the One the multiplicity of life shows up undivided.
    Bernd
  • The end of all spiritual experiences is simply to be.
    Nick Roach
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